The kind of trend that was seen over the weekend raised good hopes that finally there is a film that actually grows in small numbers based on word of mouth. Yes, there have been event films that have done exceptionally well over the weekend and then also done well on the weekdays. However when it comes to non-event movies, the trend has been sorely missed by 2022. Besides, for height It was also necessary that Monday’s collections were actually quite close to Friday’s, if not more, as it is not a budget film and has substantial costs associated with it.
However, thankfully for the film, the audience’s word of mouth has been good and it has ensured that the Monday collection is Rs. 1.88 crore*. Now if one compares with Friday’s numbers. 1.81 crores, it is an excellent catch as films even when appreciated have traditionally dropped by 25%-30% and generally drop by more than 50% on Mondays. Here, the film really steps up. Therefore, numbers like these are encouraging and make one optimistic about potential success. This film by Amitabh Bachchan, Anupam Kher and Boman Irani has so far collected Rs 100 crore. 12.04 crores and one must see crores being added to its total on a daily basis.
related to Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, it does not have to worry about the continuation as its daily collection is equally high, which means it runs on conventional lines and earns its moolah in less time, just like most of the big ticket movies do . This is why the drop from Friday to Monday doesn’t really matter much, as long as it isn’t too sharp because the weekend itself has brought in a good number of bucks. 40 crores. Brought the film for Rs. 5.50 crore* as compared to Friday’s collection of Rs. 12 crores, and even if the number is in the range of Rs. 6-7 cr would have guaranteed a very good run, the Marvel flick is in contention to go beyond Rs. 100 crore mark.
*Estimate. last number awaited
Note: All collections as per production and distribution sources